How to Access Services: Persons wishing to receive treatment services should call during office hours to make an appointment (individuals must schedule an appointment for themselves). Crisis intervention services are provided on a walk-in basis. Prevention and education services should be scheduled in advance with the prevention staff.

To Be Eligible For Services You Must: All clients wishing to receive treatment for chemical dependency or co-dependency will receive a full diagnostic assessment. Treatment recommendations will be made based upon the findings of this assessment. All services are provided on a voluntary basis. Community education and prevention services are provided to any school, church, club, organization or business in Fairfield County.

Show Proof Of: Potential clients must show proof of income by providing a minimum of two of their most recent pay stubs to qualify for financial assistance for treatment services. Federal eligibility guidelines are used to determine sliding fee scale discounts. We will bill third party insurance, when available. All persons needing treatment are provided services, regardless of their ability to pay.

Timeline/Waiting Period: Most persons in need of treatment services are seen within two weeks of initial telephone call. Crisis Intervention services are provided immediately.

Office Hours

  • Monday - 8am-5pm
  • Tuesday - 8am-8pm
  • Wednesday - 8am - 6pm
  • Thursday - 8am-8pm
  • Friday - 8am - 1pm

Open Access Hours

  • Monday thru Thursday 12:30 PM-2:30 PM
  • We accept new client walk-ins during Open Access hours. To best serve you, we recommend you call 740-687-4500 to setup an intake appointment. Appointments will be honoured first.

    24-Hour Crisis Hotline

    211 or 800-825-0841